A Common Fixed Point Theorem for Asymptotically Regular in Cone Metric Spaces
Keywords:Asymptotically regular, coincidence points, common fixed point, cone metric space.
In this paper, we prove a unique common fixed point theorem for asymptotically regular self-maps in cone metric spaces without appealing to commutativity condition and which extends metric space into cone metric space. These results extend and generalize several well-known comparable results in the literature.
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